The syllabus is structured around a five-part framework for Requirements Engineering which is applied to a project initiated by an approved business case. The five elements of the framework are Requirements Elicitation, Requirements Analysis, Requirements Validation, Requirements Documentation and Requirements Management.
The syllabus requires that the candidate should be able to describe the objectives and techniques within each element of the framework. This extended Requirements Engineering syllabus is designed to support the centralized requirements engineering examination paper.
Candidates learn the ways to managing requirements in an organization
The course is accredited by BCS and part of the International Diploma
Delegates learn from experienced and certified faculty
The certification provides high level jobs and subsequently better salaries in the respective field
Key Learning Points
There is no prerequisite for the course.
What Will You Learn
This BCS Certificate in Requirement Engineering is relevant to all such delegates who want an understanding of Business Analysis. They may include Business analysts, business managers and their staff, business change managers and project managers and also those hoping to acquire the BCS Diploma in Business Analysis should attend. The BCS Certificate in Requirements Engineering is one of the four modules that are covered under the BCS International Diploma Programme.
A candidate can use this course to develop the skills to work with requirements stakeholders in order to make sure that different perspectives are fulfilled by the requirements and that conflicts are negotiated in such a way that they become the opinion of all. The course is targeted to those people who may be ambitious to acquire the skills required for establishing system requirements.
Fees: The Exam Fees is not covered/included in the course fees and has to be paid while registering for the exam. The exam can only be taken after completing the BCS Certificate in Requirement Engineering course. The candidates appearing for the BCS exam must bring some kind of photographic evidence to show at the examination hall to the invigilator. BCS allow additional time for candidates having some kind of disability or whose native language differs to that of the examination paper. For details refer to the BCS Reasonable Adjustments Policy which is available to view on the BCS website. If you believe you qualify for this then please notify the Exam Administration team at least two weeks prior to the exam. Delegates failing to do so and provide evidence when requested, may not be allowed the additional support.
Use of models in Requirements Engineering
The MoSCoW prioritization scheme and its role/purpose in planning the delivery of a system, its iterations or releases
The requirements validation process; plan review, issue documentation, review documentation, collect comments, undertake actions, revise documentation
Project sponsor, end user representatives, subject matter expert (domain expert) business analyst, developers, testers, project office
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